16-19 National Information Systems Security Conference
Baltimore. Contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology; phone: 301-975-3870; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

19 Geological Survey Technology Expo

Reston, Va. Contact the Federal Business Council; phone: 800-878-2940; e-mail: [email protected].

20-21 MathML and Math on the Web

Champaign, Ill. Contact the MathML Conference; phone: 217-398-0700; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

23-27 2000 Expeditionary Warfare Conference

Panama City, Fla. Contact the National Defense Industrial Association; phone: 800-874-7105; Web:

23-27 U.S. C4ISR Course.
Fairfax, Va. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association's Professional Development Center; phone: 703-631-6137; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

25-27 Street Smart and Address Savvy

Baltimore. Contact the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association; phone: 847-824-6300; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

27 CyberSafeguards: Ensuring & Insuring DotCom Security Program.
Washington. Contact the American University Washington College of Law's Program on Counseling Electronic-Commerce Entrepreneurs; phone: 202-274-4075; Web:

30 Federal GNU and Linux Users Conference
Washington. Contact Market Access International Inc.; phone: 301-652-0810; Web:

30-31 Networks for People 2000 Forum.
Arlington, Va. Sponsored by the Commerce Department, National Telecommunications and Information Administration and Technology Opportunities Program. Contact NTIA; phone: 202-482-2048; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

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